Grouper scores new feature film, casually mentions that you were in her dream last night

Grouper scores new feature film, casually mentions that you were in her dream last night

I like to imagine Grouper’s music emanating from a burned bungalow on an island in the middle of a river, or perhaps from the site of a spaceship crash in the tundra — sounds that somehow defy music while simultaneously renewing it — so I think it’s rather fitting that she’s scored a film described as “a segmenting journey into the dreams of four neighbors,” a film that will screen in Sundance’s New Frontier category, which highlights experimental films that dissolve conventional artistic divisions.

According to FACT, The Perception of Moving Targets, director Weston Currie’s first feature film, includes material from Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill and A I A (TMT Review) as well as various new recordings. Check out the trailer, and see if you can name the tracks in it.

• Grouper: https://sites.google.com/site/yellowelectric
• Sundance Film Festival: http://www.sundance.org/festival
The Perception of Moving Targets: http://www.theperceptionofmovingtargets.com

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